Rubio Swipes Back After Morning Joe Accuses Him Of Interfering With Florida Results

The battle for the Sunshine State is in FULL swing. And MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough is twisting the recount vote in Florida to make it look like it’s the Republican’s fault that Democrat’s allegedly cheat.

Two days after the midterms, the votes in Florida are still being counted. And the “uncounted votes cast doubt over the results in three big contests: governor, U.S. Senate and agriculture commissioner,” per the Sun Sentinel. (MORE BELOW.) 

MSNBC’s Morning Joe show took a swing at Senator Marco Rubio and Joe came back with a proverbial black eye!

In an incredible attempt at slamming Rubio to the ground because he supported the recount vote, Joe got it SO wrong it is hilarious! Joe incorrectly tweeted, “[Marco Rubio] is fighting against every citizen’s vote being counted in Florida.

Marco retorted swiftly with a right hook tweet, “When did I ask anyone to stop counting? And how is criticizing repeated election failures by same election official a fight to stop vote counting?” 

Then in a logical understanding of the LAW, Marco finished Joe off with, “Why can’t elections do what 65 of 67 counties did, count all votes in timely way & in compliance with law?”

Marco then continued by stating that, “Every vote legally cast should be counted. That’s the law Have no problem with recounts. That’s the law. But last early votes were cast Sunday & had to be submitted by Tue evening. That’s the law too. Yet 48 hours after deadline is only county still counting them.” (MORE BELOW.) 

The President weighed in on the Florida recount and supported Rick Scott (R-FL) as Senator.

President Trump tweeted later, “Law Enforcement is looking into another big corruption scandal having to do with Election Fraud in and Palm Beach. Florida voted for Rick Scott!

Brietbart reported, “As the vote count stands as of Thursday at 7:30 p.m. eastern, Florida Gov. Rick Scott leads Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) in the race for the U.S. Senate by a margin of 0.19 percent, 50.1 percent to 49.9 percent. Scott has 4,094,577 votes to Nelson’s 4,079,501 votes out of 8,174,074 votes cast with 100 percent of precincts reporting, giving Scott a lead of 15,076 votes, according to Politico’s vote count.”

“In the gubernatorial race, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) leads Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum by a margin of 0.42 percent, 49.6 percent to 49.2 percent. DeSantis has 4,072,579 votes to Gillum’s 4,036,349 votes out of 8,209,311 votes cast with 100 percent of precincts reporting, giving DeSantis a lead of 36,230 votes, according to Politico’s vote count,” Brietbart announced. (MORE BELOW.) 

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